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One world, one love
two hearts made one
building a single hope
to rekindle the unfulfilled past

Hope to change the fore that was hidden,
never to fall for any destruction

Together we smile into the future,
hidden from feeble-minded eyes

Hold my hand, let’s take a walk tonight my love
over the mountains top and the valley nigh

That we may see the truth in love

This collaborative poem was written by: Noah Alorwu, Mawuli Stephen, Gilgal Ansah, Jane Ida Koomson, Micheal Sedinam, Angela Adabla, Mike Perry Yeboah, Lumor Eunice, Dugbazah Ernest, Timothy Yeboah — Larbi


Lonely, lonely I was
When love touched my heart
Lovingly, my situation changed

My thoughts so deep, I get carried away
Complete I thought I was without love
Now I know, I was a slave to loneliness

I now feel safe in her embrace
And her smile, awaken my sleeping soul
Your presence has broken me free from lonely's captivity
I’ve been lifted out of my sunken emotions

Slowly
Slowly the buzz
Until it crossed my path

Aimlessly I wait, panting for an opportunity to cling my shaking body to your gracious shadow

Love is beautiful with you

A collaborative poem written by:
Noah Alorwu, Stephen Mawuli, Ofoe Christian, Korku Delali, Agbetsise Bright, Abdul Jaward, Otu Wonder, Dugbazah Enerst, Ezichi Ebere, Kisu, Mike Perry Attara, Michael Young, Michael Sedinam


I assumed you have Python installed and want to set up a virtual environment in order to start a project. Below are ways you can get started on different platforms:

Note: myven :- virtual environment name

Windows
Open CMD
Change Directory to your project directory
> cd project_directory
> python -m venv myven
> myven\scripts\activate

Linux/MacOS
Open Terminal /Console
$ sudo apt-get install virtualenv
#creating the virtual environment
$ virtualenv myven
#You can also use a Python interpreter of your choice
$ virtualenv -p /usr/bin/python2.7 myven
$ source myven/bin/activate

Ouch! So you tried creating your venv and then you encountered this error on your terminal 👉 The path python2 (from — python=python) does not exist
Do the following:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt install python
When done go back to creating the virtual environment!

To deactivate virtual environment
> deactivate
$ deactivate

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